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PASSIVE TRANSPORT ACTIVE TRANSPORT IN THE LAB VOCAB CELL MEMBRANE MISCELL- ANEOUS
PassIVE TRANSPORT ACTIVE TRANSPORT IN THE LAB VOCAB CELL MEMBRANE MISCELL- ANEOUS
Category passive $200 Does passive transport require ATP? Return to Game Board
Category Yes, LOTS energy required. Return to Game Board
passive $400 Can water can diffuse? Return to Game Board
Category Yes, osmosis or the movement of water is a type of diffusion. Return to Game Board
passive $600 Passive Transport can increase or decrease turgor pressure. Return to Game Board
Category True, water can move in or out of a cell Return to Game Board
passive $800 What is the term for a cell shrinking due to osmosis? Return to Game Board
Category plasmolysis Return to Game Board
passive $1000 What is the term for a cell membrane breaking due to excessive turgor pressure? Return to Game Board
Category cytolysis Return to Game Board
Category Active $200 What is another name for the proteins involved in active transports? Return to Game Board
Category “pumps” Return to Game Board
active $400 What is the energy molecule called that runs the active transport of molecules? Return to Game Board
Category ATP Return to Game Board
active $600 T or F Active Transport can take place through the lipid layers in a cell membrane. Return to Game Board
Category True, pumps use gates, but endocytosis & exocytosis bend the flexible membrane into vesicles. Return to Game Board
active $800 T or F In Active Transport, molecules can move only out of cells, like exocytosis? Return to Game Board
Category False, molecules can be pushed either direction from energy in the cell. Return to Game Board
active $1000 How many molecules of Na+ move in the sodium potassium pump & in which direction (in or out of the cell)? Return to Game Board
Category Na+ ions move out of the cell. Return to Game Board
Category In the lab $200 T or F During the labs, our distilled water was a isotonic solution. Return to Game Board
Category True, it had no dissolved particles in it & it was our control. Return to Game Board
In the lab $400 Name a substance that moved through the semi permeable membrane? Return to Game Board
Category Glucose, water & iodine Benedicts & starch didn’t Return to Game Board
In the lab $600 The red onion showed which idea a)Equilibrium b) deplasmolysis c) plasmolysis Return to Game Board
Category c) Plasmolysis (shrinking of cells) Return to Game Board
In the lab $800 T or F The carrots and the potatoes had the same reactions to the salt water solutions? Return to Game Board
Category True, both showed an increase in size (water gain) in tap water, and a decrease in size (water loss) in the salt or saline solutions. Return to Game Board
In the lab $1000 What is turgor pressure in a cell? Return to Game Board
Category Water pressure exerted on the cell wall from water in the vacuole. Keeps a plant from wilting. Return to Game Board
Category vocab $200 What is passive transport? Return to Game Board
Category Movement of molecules across a semi permeable membrane. Return to Game Board
vocab $400 What is active transport? Return to Game Board
Category Movement of molecules across a semi permeable membrane, but requires ATP & protein pumps. Return to Game Board
vocab $600 Describe a concentration gradient. Return to Game Board
Category Molecules have areas of high and low concentrations, either within a solution or on separate sides of a semi permeable membrane. Return to Game Board
vocab $800 What is another word for homeostasis in biology? Return to Game Board
Category Equilibrium or isotonic Return to Game Board
vocab $10000 What is the difference between hypotonic & hypertonic solutions? Return to Game Board
Category Hypo have low amounts of solutes, hyper have high amounts of solutes. Return to Game Board
Category Cell membrane $200 What are the 2 main parts of the cell membrane made of? Return to Game Board
Category Lipids & proteins Return to Game Board
Cell membrane $400 Do cell walls have to act like a membrane that is being semi permeable? Return to Game Board
Category Yes, if the cell wall doesn’t allow stuff to pass through, the cell would not be able to excrete wastes, or take in CO2 for photosynthesis. Return to Game Board
Cell membrane $600 Are protein channels used during facilitated diffusion of glucose? Return to Game Board
Category Yes, the gates open so the cell can readily absorb the needed food. Return to Game Board
Cell membrane $800 How many lipid layers are in a cell membrane? Return to Game Board
Category Two flexible ones Return to Game Board
Cell membrane $10000 What causes the cell membrane lipid layers to “be permanent”? Return to Game Board
Category Charged molecules, extra large, or non-lipid soluble molecules. Return to Game Board
Category misc $200 What is isotonic? Return to Game Board
Category Solutions that are the same concentrations throughout. Return to Game Board
misc $400 Name 2 molecules that can easily pass through the lipid layers in lung cells? Return to Game Board
Category Oxygen & carbon dioxide Ammonia, water Return to Game Board
misc $600 What does cystic fibrosis have to do with cell transports? Return to Game Board
Category The active transport pumps don’t properly work, so mucous builds up on the lungs & then oxygen can’t be exchanged correctly also due to large amounts of Cl-. Return to Game Board
misc $800 How does temperature or thermal heat affect diffusion? Return to Game Board
Category Increase in temperature = increase in rate of diffusion & vice versa Return to Game Board
misc $1000 Name 2 types of active transports other than “pumps”. Return to Game Board
Category exocytosis or endocytosis Return to Game Board
Final Jeopardy! Round
Category What does up or down a concentration gradient mean?
Category Up – against gradient from low to Hi concentrations Down – with gradient from Hi to low areas of concentrations Return to Game Board
Cell Transport Study Guide. 1. Which forms of transport do NOT require energy? Diffusion Osmosis Facilitated Diffusion *All of these are passive!
How do cells maintain balance? Cells need to maintain a balance by controlling material that move in & out of the cell HOMEOSTASIS.
Westside High School 9 th Grade Biology Crossing the Plasma Membrane.
Homeostasis depends in part on appropriate movement of materials across the cell membrane. Homeostasis refers to the necessity of an organism to maintain.
Cells and Their Environment Chapter Passive Transport Part 1: Diffusion Remember: Living things need to maintain homeostasis (responds to external.
Chapter 5 A Closer Look At Plasma Membranes Chapter 5 A Closer Look At Plasma Membranes Honors Biology.
Cellular Transport Fact: Particles of matter are always in motion no matter what state this random motion helps explain how materials enter and exit the.
Question of the Day 1. Homeostasis = ??? 2. What kind of solution can cause a cell to burst (explode)? isotonic, hypotonic, or hypertonic? 3. Water crosses.
Science AHSGE Standard V-1, Part 2- Cell Processes.
Passive Transport Substances cross the cell membrane without the cell expending energy.
The process of achieving a relatively stable internal environment CELLS MUST CONSTANTLY RESPOND TO NATURAL FORCES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN.
CP BIO: Ch. 7 The Cell Membrane and transport across the membrane.
Section 3-3, 3-4, 3-5 Movement across the c ell membrane Write everything that is underlined.
Cellular Transport. Review of Diffusion Movement of particles from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.
Biology AHSGE Standard II- Cell Processes. Biology AHSGE Standard 2. Describe cell processes necessary for achieving homeostasis, including active and.
Cell Membranes Osmosis and Diffusion. Functions of Membranes 1. Protect cell 2. Control incoming and outgoing substances 3. Maintain ion concentrations.
Cell Boundaries All cells are surrounded by a thin, flexible barrier known as the cell membrane. Many cells also produce a strong supporting layer around.
Regents Biology Cell Membranes & Movement Across Them.
Chapter 8 – Cellular Transport Plasma Membrane Selectively permeable Controls what passes through the membrane Made of: phospholipids, proteins, and.
f PotpourriTransportSolutesMembraneCells f.
Cell Transport Semipermeable membrane – small, lipid-soluble particles can pass, but large, charged particles cannot Diffusion – net movement of particles.
Structure (Plasma Membrane) A lipid bilayer(2 layers of lipids) with a variety of proteins.
Warm-Up 3/5 #16 Sketch the following cell and label as many parts as you can.
MOVING MATERIALS INTO AND OUT OF CELLS. MATERIAL MOVEMENT PASSIVE TRANSPORT ACTIVE TRANSPORT.
Cell Membrane, Transport, Enzymes, & Energy Unit 4 Review.
Chapter 7 7.2, 7.3. Concept 7.2: Membrane structure results in selective permeability A cell must exchange materials with its surroundings, a process.
Chapter 5 continued Section 5.3: Plasma Membrane Permeability Section 5.4: Modification of Cell Surfaces.
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